Mindful Kids - Damaged
Note: Brand new. The cards are in good condition. There is a slight dent at the top corner of the box.
50 Activities for Calm, Focus and Peace
Introducing Mindful Kids, the one-of-a-kind mindfulness activity deck for kids age 4 to 104! Make any moment mindful from morning to night with 5 categories of cards, designed to fit into each part of the day. Whimsical full-colour illustrations on both sides of the cards provide easy-to-follow steps for each practice. The cards and 8-page instructional booklet include tips for children of a wide range of abilities, making this deck an inclusive tool for nurturing inner peace and strength.
Ages 4 and up
Written By: Whitney Stewart
Illustrated By: Mina Braun
Format : Card Deck
Reasons to Buy:
Mindful Kids was written by an award-winning author and mindfulness expert, with input from early childhood development and inclusion specialists.
Teaches useful techniques: Research shows that practicing mindfulness increases focus and concentration, teaches children to self-regulate emotions and develops empathy, self-awareness and kindness.
Mindfulness for all:
Easily adaptable for home or classroom use, these cards are structured to take all children, regardless of ability, through their whole day from morning to night with peace and inner strength.
The deck format with sturdy cards is perfect for busy kids. Mix and match the cards you need from the different categories below and keep them close for reference during your practice.
“What a gem of a resource . . . The art is magical and the text deeply thoughtful and practical. The Mindful Kids card deck is a must have for kids and adults of all ages” — Gina M. Biegel, MA, LMFT, Founder of Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction for Teens
“This is what was missing in the market. . . Mindful Kids is what every parent, teacher, or therapist can use to guide those they care for” — Jose Calderon-Abbo, M.D., Mindful Psychiatry, Addiction Medicine
“We need more of these tools in our communities! Kids are never too young to begin learning to be more attentive and gentle to others and themselves” — Amy Kirk Duvoisin, Education Director, Louisiana Children’s Museum